Yes, as a matter of fact, you are.
I just implemented Flickr, which is “almost certainly the best online photo management and sharing application in the world”. And I must concur, it is very sweet. From uploading files and album management to adding descriptions and image tagging, this is one tight application. It even has neat features like posting images from a camera phone.
On the technical side, I used phpFlickr, a robust wrapper for Flickr’s API, written by the talented Dan Coulter (no relation to Ann, as far as I know). A touch of modification here and there, and that’s what you see on the left.
I may implement some randomness into the images displayed on the left (rather than just pulling the most recent photos), but we’ll see how much spare time I have in the near future. [Edit: well, regardless of spare time, I decided to do it anyway. Coding until 1:15 am isn’t too smart – efficiency goes down and wife goes to bed… But, at least the pictures are pulling randomly now. Refresh to your heart’s content.]
Now that I have decided on a photo management solution (Flickr, in case you’ve been tuned out for the past 3 paragraphs), the photo gallery section of the site is sure to be here soon.
Meanwhile, if you are looking for a solution yourself, check ‘em out. You might like what you find. (And if you’re worried about the technical side, don’t worry, they have some turn-key stuff just for you!)